Drake Announces 'It's All a Blur Tour — Big as the What?' with J. Cole: See the New Dates

The four-time Grammy winner will be teaming up with the Dreamville founder for his latest string of concerts

<p>Astrida Valigorsky/WireImage</p> Drake and J. Cole perform at Dreamville Festival in 2023

Astrida Valigorsky/WireImage

Drake and J. Cole perform at Dreamville Festival in 2023

They went No. 1 together, now they're ready for a victory lap.

Drake announced new tour dates on Monday, and he'll be joined this time by Grammy winner and "First Person Shooter" collaborator J. Cole.

The It’s All A Blur Tour — Big As The What? kicks off on Jan. 18 in Denver, before wrapping in March in Birmingham, Alabama. It includes 22 total dates in the likes of Oklahoma City, New Orleans, Nashville, St. Louis and beyond.

The latest iteration of the Canadian rapper's shows, presented by Cash App and Visa, follows his initial 2023 It's All a Blur Tour, which featured 50 sold-out arena dates with his Her Loss collaborator 21 Savage. Cole previously toured arenas in 2021 on his The Off-Season Tour alongside 21 Savage as well.

"With the boy in a city near you," Cole, 38, wrote on Instagram upon the announcement, alongside a few mind-blown emojis.

<p>Live Nation</p> Poster for Drake and J. Cole's It's All a Blur Tour

Live Nation

Poster for Drake and J. Cole's It's All a Blur Tour

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Drake and Cole's collaborative relationship dates back years — with popular collaborations including 2011's "In the Morning" and 2013's "Jodeci Freestyle" (which later appeared on Drake's 2019 Care Package project).

Most recently, Drake and Cole have made various appearances at each other's concerts as surprise guests. Cole surprised Drake's It's All a Blur crowd in Motreal in July, Drake did the same at Cole's Dreamville Festival in April, and the pair later reunited in Toronto when Cole appeared on stage to perform "First Person Shooter" with Drake in October, shortly after the release of his latest LP For All the Dogs.

"Toronto please, make some noise for the legendary, all the way from North Carolina, J. Cole," Drake said at his hometown gig. "Y'all better make some f------ noise tonight."

The pair's latest collaboration hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in October, effectively tying Drake with Michael Jackson for the most No. 1s from a solo male artist. It marked Cole's first-ever Hot 100 chart-topper.

Drake's It's All a Blur Tour generated plenty of headlines during it's run this year, too — from the rapper performing with a version of his younger self, to him offering to pay for a fan's medical bills and even building a bra collection while on the road.

The next run of shows isn't even the first time Cole and Drake have hit the road together, either, as the North Carolina rapper previously opened for Drizzy during the second North American leg of his 2012 Club Paradise Tour.

For fans looking to catch a reunion, Cash App Card presale for the tour kicks off on Wednesday, and general sale begins on Friday.

<p>Prince Williams/Wireimage</p> Drake

Prince Williams/Wireimage


See below for Drake's It’s All A Blur Tour — Big As The What? dates for 2024.

Jan. 18 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena +

Jan. 19 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena

Jan. 22 – San Antonio, TX – Frost Bank Center

Jan. 25 – Oklahoma City, OK – Paycom Center

Jan. 29 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center +

Jan. 30 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center

Feb. 2 – Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena

Feb. 7 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena +

Feb. 8 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena +

Feb. 12 – St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center

Feb. 16 – Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena

Feb. 20 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center +

Feb. 21 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center

Feb. 24 – Cleveland, OH – Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse

Feb. 27 – Buffalo, NY – KeyBank Center

March 2 – Kansas City, MO – T-Mobile Center

March 5 – Memphis, TN – FedExForum

March 10 – Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena

March 14 – Belmont Park, NY – UBS Arena ~

March 18 – State College, PA – Bryce Jordan Center ~

March 23 – Sunrise, FL – Amerant Bank Arena ~

March 27 – Birmingham, AL – The Legacy Arena at BJCC ~

Rescheduled dates

~ Without J. Cole

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